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Aquaculture and Its Potential Environmental Impact on Guam's Coastal Waters

January 01, 1980

Aquaculture to supply Guam's consumption of fishery products and to produce and export product.

This study was funded by a grant from the Office of Coastal Zone Management, U.S. Department of Commerce.

Aquaculture has the potential of supplying a substantial portion of Guam's consumption of fishery products. In addition to the on-island market, aquaculture is an industry that can produce an export product. The main areas of concern are:

  • species for culture
  • biological technology
  • engineering technology
  • site location
  • feed
  • labor power
  • marketing
  • legal, institutional, and financial considerations

Last updated by Alaska Regional Office on 11/03/2022